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Air Canada Flight Makes Emergency Landing in San Diego

Air Canada flight 8667 had to return for an emergency landing in San Diego, California, on September 28th.

The plane took off for Vancouver, Canada, but had to turn back after a warning light came on in the cockpit.

The plane landed back safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.


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Nordica Flight Rejects Takeoff due to Smoke Detector Warning

Nordica flight LO-8179 had to reject takeoff from Tallinn Airport, Estonia, on June 5th.

The plane was accelerating to takeoff for Amsterdam, Netherlands, when the crew received a smoke detector warning and rejected takeoff.

The plane stopped safely.

The passengers were evacuated onto the runway.


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TAP Air Portugal Flight Rejects Takeoff From Lisbon

TAP Air Portugal flight TP-552 had to reject takeoff from Lisbon, Portugal, on May 9th.

The Airbus A319-100 plane was accelerating to takeoff for Munich, Germany, when the crew received a warning indication and rejected takeoff.

The plane safely returned to the apron. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.


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Batik Air Plane Rejects Takeoff From Kathmandu

Batik Air flight OD-181 had to reject takeoff from Kathmandu, Nepal, on April 19th.

The Boeing 737-900 plane was commencing takeoff for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, when the crew rejected takeoff at high speed due to a configuration warning.

All one hundred thirty-two passengers and seven crew members remained unharmed.


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WestJet Flight Diverts to Prince George Airport

WestJet Flight 3205 made an emergency landing at Prince George Airport, British Columbia, Canada, on February 14th.

The plane heading from Fort St. John to Vancouver, Canada, was diverted due to a fire detection warning.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.


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U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing in Coronado

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter made an emergency landing in an empty parking lot near Silver Strand State Beach in Coronado, California, on August 8th.

Authorities said the crew decided to land as a precaution after a warning light in the cockpit came on.

The helicopter landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.


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U.S. Marine Corps Osprey Aircraft Makes Emergency Landing in Japan

A U.S. Marine Corps Osprey aircraft made an emergency landing at Amami Airport, Japan, on June 10th.

According to the Okinawa defense bureau, the pilots decided to make an emergency landing after a cockpit warning light came on.

The plane, based at U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa, landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.


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Mesa Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Nashville

Mesa Airlines flight YV-6176 made an emergency landing in Nashville, Tennessee, on January 26th.

The plane was flying from Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia, when the crew declared an emergency due to a rapid loss of fuel and a fire warning.

The plane landed safely. All 65 people aboard remained unharmed.


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British Airways Plane Rejects Take Off From Malaga

British Airways flight BA-2713 had to reject take off from Malaga, Spain, on January 3rd.

The plane was accelerating to take off for Gatwick Airport, United Kingdom, when the crew rejected take off due to a safety warning.

The plane safely returned to the apron. All passengers and crew members remained safe.


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Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing at Aberdeen International Airport

An offshore helicopter made an emergency landing at Aberdeen International Airport in Scotland, United Kingdom, on May 16.

The helicopter, belonging to Babcock Mission Critical Services Offshore Ltd., declared emergency while flying over North Sea.

According to a Babcock Mission Critical Services Offshore spokesperson, “We can confirm that an s-92 helicopter requested priority landing at Aberdeen airport after crew reported a cockpit warning light illumination…The aircraft made an uneventful landing just after 2pm and the 18 passengers on board were given a de-brief by the crew…The aircraft is currently being examined by engineers and will be subject to a detailed series of checks and tests before it’s returned to service.”


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U.S. Military Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing in Tokyo

A U.S. military helicopter made an emergency landing at Chofu Airport in Tokyo, Japan, on February 29th.

Authorities said the pilot of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois aircraft, belonging to the 459th Airlift Squadron at Yokota Air Base, declared emergency due to an engine warning light. The helicopter was on a routine local flight at the time.

The aircraft landed safely. All nine people aboard remained unhurt.


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Helicopter Carrying Pennsylvania National Guardsmen Makes Emergency Landing

An Army National Guard helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in a field near Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on January 22.

The Blackhawk helicopter was returning to Fort Indiantown Gap after a training flight when an engine chip warning light came on, forcing the pilots to land in emergency.

There were 2 pilots and 1 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.


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Eastern Airways Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Aberdeen

Eastern AirwaysEastern Airways flight EZE514 made an emergency landing at Aberdeen International Airport in Scotland, on January 20.

According to an airline spokesperson, “The captain operating charter flight EZE514 from Scatsta to Aberdeen received a cockpit warning indication en-route to Aberdeen relating to one of the aircraft’s two engines…The airport fire service was put on standby but was stood down shortly after the aircraft landed in Aberdeen.”

All 28 passengers and 3 crew members remained safe.

The incident is being investigated.


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Chopper Makes Emergency Landing at Kirkwall Airport

emergencyA helicopter made an emergency landing at Kirkwall airport in in Scotland, United Kingdom, on November 21.

Authorities said the helicopter requested an emergency landing after engine warning lights turned on.

The aircraft landed safely. There ere 14 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unhurt.

El Al Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Montana

El AlAn El Al Israel Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Billings Logan International Airport in Montana, on November 15.

The Boeing 777, en-route from Tel Aviv to Los Angeles, was diverted after the pilot received an automated warning about engine fire.

The plane landed safely. There were 279 passengers and 20 crew members aboard at the time; none of them were hurt.

No sign of smoke or fire was found during initial inspection.

Flybe Flight Makes Emergency Landing after Engine Shut Down

flybeFlybe flight BE6938 was forced to return and make an emergency landing in Kirkwall, Scotland, on September 24.

The Saab 340 turboprop jet, operated by Loganair, had to be diverted after the crew shut down its left engine due to a warning indication. The flight was en-route to Inverness, Scotland at the time.

The plane landed uneventfully. All 32 people aboard remained unharmed.

A replacement aircraft was arranged for the passengers.

Miami-Bound Insel Air Jet Diverts to Dominican Republic

Insel AirAn Insel Air plane made an emergency landing at Las Américas International Airport in Dominican Republic, on September 2.

The MD-82 aircraft, heading from Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao to Miami, Florida, was diverted after a warning light indicated an engine malfunction.

The plane landed safely. All 55 passengers remained unharmed.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.


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Irish Prime Minister’s Plane Makes Precautionary Landing in Dublin

A plane, carrying Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, made a precautionary landing at Baldonnel Aerodrome in Dublin, Ireland, on the afternoon of June 22.

Prime Minister Enda Kenny was travelling to Brussels, Belgium from Ireland West Airport Knock, when a warning light came on in the cockpit and the pilot decided to make a precautionary landing.

The plane landed uneventfully.

Everyone aboard remained unhurt and the flight continued to Brussels after resolving the issue.


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British Airways Flight Diverts to Manchester Airport

British airwaysBritish Airways flight BA8703 had to make an emergency landing at Manchester Airport, United Kingdom, on June 17.

The plane was heading from Edinburgh to London City Airport when it had to divert to Manchester.

An airline spokesperson said, “We apologise to customers for the diversion of the BA8703 Edinburgh to London City service into Manchester… This was due to an engine bleed warning light that illuminated on the flight deck… Safety is always our first priority.”


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Southwest Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing at LAX

southwest_airlines_logoSouthwest Airlines flight 1516 had to make an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport, California, on May 26.

The Boeing 737, en-route from San Jose to San Diego was diverted after a warning light indicated smoke in the cargo hold.

The plane landed uneventfully and all 75 passengers aboard remained safe.

The airline arranged an alternate aircraft for the passengers.


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Columbus Police Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing in Parking Lot

A Columbus police helicopter had to make an emergency landing in a parking lot in Columbus, Ohio, around midnight on April 30.

Authorities said the helicopter’s pilot decided to land in emergency after a warning light went on.

The plane safely landed near a shopping plaza in west Columbus. No one was injured.

The helicopter was able to return to the police heliport early morning.


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Aircrafts Warned to Avoid Airspace near Pavlof Volcano

On November 15, the National Weather Service warned the aircrafts to avoid airspace near erupting Pavlof Volcano in Alaska, which is spewing ash around 30,000 feet above sea level.

The volcano began erupting lava from a vent near its summit a few days ago. On November 14, the ash cloud was recorded at 16,000 feet. Dave Schneider from the Alaska Volcano Observatory said that the eruption became more intense at 6 a.m. on November 15, further rising the ash cloud.

According to Schneider, the eruption can last for several weeks or months with fluctuations in intensity.


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U.S. Air Force Cargo Plane Makes Emergency Landing in St. John’s

Military planeA U.S. military aircraft had to make an emergency landing at St. John’s International Airport in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, on October 21.

According to airport spokesperson Marie Manning, the decision for emergency landing was made due to a warning indicator in the cockpit. The U.S. Air Force C-130 plane was heading from Ireland to St. John’s at the time.

The aircraft landed uneventfully and all 7 people aboard remained unharmed.


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Sun Country Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Boise Airport

Sun Country Airlines Flight 123 had to make an emergency landing at the Boise Airport, Idaho, at around 4 p.m. on September 25.

According to the airport authorities, the decision for emergency landing was made after a warning light indicated an engine fire. The charter flight was en-route from Lewiston, Idaho, to Laughlin, Nevada, at the time.

The Boeing 737 landed uneventfully and no one was injured.

The investigation confirmed that there was no evidence of engine fire. The aircraft’s warning light indicator is being repaired.


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Southwest Flight Returns to Chicago Midway Airport

southwestnySouthwest Airlines Flight 321 had to return and make an emergency landing at Chicago Midway International Airport, at about 1:35 p.m. on September 16.

The flight was on its way to LaGuardia Airport when shortly after taking off, an engine warning light turned on in the cockpit. The pilots then decided to return to Chicago for an emergency landing.

The aircraft landed safely and all 118 passengers aboard remained unharmed.

The passengers were accommodated in other flights.

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